John Farrow (n. Sídney, 10 de febrero de 1904 - Beverly Hills, 28 de enero de 1963) fue un director, guionista y productor cinematográfico australiano afincado en Estados Unidos . Su nombre completo era John N. B. Villiers-Farrow. Comenzó a escribir en los años veinte, cuando trabajaba como marinero en Australia.
John Villiers Farrow, KGCHS (10 February 1904 – 27 January 1963) was an Australian film director, producer and screenwriter. Spending a considerable amount of his career in the United States, in 1942 he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director for Wake Island, and in 1957 he won the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for Around the World in Eighty Days.
John Farrow, Writer: Around the World in 80 Days. John Farrow wrote short stories and plays during his four-year career in the navy. In the late 1920s he came to Hollywood as a technical advisor for a film about Marines and stayed as a screenwriter, from A Sailor's Sweetheart (1927) through Tarzan Escapes (1936).
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John Farrow is the pen name of Trevor Ferguson, a Canadian writer who has written nine novels and four plays and has been named Canada's best novelist in both Books in Canada and the Toronto Star. Under the name John Farrow, he has written three crime novels featuring Émile Cinq-Mars; both are highly acclaimed and popular around the world.
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John Farrow is the pen name of Canadian novelist Trevor Ferguson. Ferguson lives in Hudson, Quebec, and was born November 11, 1947. He was written 11 novels and 4 plays, and also been named Canada’s best novelist by the Toronto Star and Books in Canada.